Weekend Wrap Up

The Bears closed their three-day mini-camp with a few bumps and bruises, but nothing that should set the team back.

Tackle James Williams pulled a quadriceps Saturday and was held out of drills Sunday, but the injury is considered mild. Defensive tackle Keith Traylor also sat out Sunday's indoor practice on the artificial turf to avoid "wear and tear," said head coach Dick Jauron. Veteran cornerback Floyd Young left Saturday's afternoon practice after injuring his right ankle during individual drills. The Bears practiced outside Saturday morning but moved indoors for their second session after heavy rain began to fall.

Third-round draft pick Roosevelt Williams, a cornerback from Tuskegee Institute, was limping around at the end of the final practice with an unspecified leg injury.

"I don't think it was bad, and luckily it's the last day, so he's got two weeks to get well," Jauron said.

Bears rookies are scheduled to resume workouts in a couple of weeks. The rest of the team will meet again in June for another camp.

Special Help: Receiver David Terrell will be among those auditioning for the job of punt returner this summer and into training camp. Terrell fielded punts at Michigan and will compete with incumbent Leon Johnson, Ahmad Merritt and Dez White for return responsibilities.

The Bears would like to add a big play capability to the return game. Johnson was dependable last season with an average of 9.1 yards per return, but lacks the speed and moves to be considered a real threat.

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